Challenger Gets Stretched to the Limit
Further proof, that given enough time and money, everything can be converted into a limousine. And actually, for once, the end result doesn’t look like a disaster! The Charger is already a car with an exceptionally long wheelbase, so stretching it out doesn’t slaughter the styling like it does on the Viper. It still looks […] More »
One aspect of the 2012 model year vehicles from the Dodge brand was that the stupid trimlines introduced for the 2011 model year were almost completely eliminated. While the Dodge Charger and Dodge Challenger stuck to the more traditional trimlines like SE, SXT, R/T and SRT (plus the Rallye trimline here and there), the Avenger, […] More »
Dodge and SRT bringing two new special edition trimlines to LAby Patrick RallWhen the LA Auto Show opens this week, show goers will be the first to feast their eyes upon two new trimlines from the Dodge SRT lineup, including the all-new Challenger SRT8 Yellow Jacket and the return of the Charger SRT Super Bee.
OK, I realize this is Dodge Forum. But SEMA is a celebration of all things automotive, and I figured this crowd would appreciate seeing some killer cars that didn’t happen to be made by Ma Mopar.
Dodge’s new ground pounding 392/6.4L HEMI has been tearing up the asphalt since the beginning of the year. This torque monster comes standard in the new Challenger and Charger SRT8 models (and yes, they also share it with the 2012 Chrysler 300C and Jeep SRT8 family members). Its mind numbing performance has rewarded its owners […] More »